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FC: Early Settlements

$20.00

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10 lessons that answer the standards as well as the framing and supporting questions.

Grade: 6th Grade

Weeks: 2

Pages: 93

Standards: 6.1 - 6.7, 6.9a, 6.9b, 6.9d, 6.9e, 6.9f, 6.9g, 6.9h

File Type: pdf

Slide Deck Included: Yes

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Product SKU: PEDFC612

Description

This topic provides an introduction to British colonization in North America, including the colony of Roanoke.

10 lessons that answer the standards as well as the framing and supporting questions.

Lessons are developed using all the sources and readings that are in the social studies course frameworks provided by the Louisiana Department of Education.

What does it include:

  1. Detailed lesson plans aligned to the standards and frameworks.
  2. Activities that include all the materials provided in the frameworks
  3. Assessments aligned to the new LDOE field test.
  4. Lesson activity workbook/worksheets
  5. Slide deck

Standards

  • 6.1 Explain ideas, events, and developments in the history of the United States of America from 1580 to 1791 and how they progressed, changed, or remained the same over time.
  • 6.2 Analyze connections between ideas, events, and developments in U.S. history within their global context from 1580 to 1791.
  • 6.3 Compare and contrast events and developments in U.S. history from 1580 to 1791.
  • 6.4 Use geographic representations and historical data to analyze events and developments in U.S. history from 1580 to 1791, including environmental, cultural, economic, and political characteristics and changes.
  • 6.5 Use maps to identify absolute location (latitude and longitude) and describe geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana, North America, and the world.
  • 6.6 Use a variety of primary and secondary sources to:
  • 6.6a Analyze social studies content.
  • 6.6b Evaluate claims, counterclaims, and evidence.
  • 6.6c Compare and contrast multiple sources and accounts.
  • 6.6d Explain how the availability of sources affects historical interpretations.
  • 6.7 Construct and express claims that are supported with relevant evidence from primary and/or secondary sources, social studies content knowledge, and clear reasoning and explanations to:
  • 6.7a Demonstrate an understanding of social studies content.
  • 6.7b Compare and contrast content and viewpoints.
  • 6.7c Analyze causes and effects.
  • 6.7d Evaluate counterclaims.
  • 6.9 Analyze the development of the settlements and colonies in the late sixteenth century through the seventeenth century.
  • 6.9a Analyze cooperation, competition, and conflict among groups in North America from the late 1500s to the mid-1700s, including Dutch, English, French, Spanish, and Native American groups including the 1621 Autumn Harvest Celebration, French and Native American trade of fur, Bacon’s Rebellion, and King Philip’s (Metacom) War.
  • 6.9b Explain the importance of the founding and development of the Plymouth settlement, including practice of self-government established by the Mayflower Compact, religious freedom, and contributions of Native Americans, including Chief Massasoit and Squanto, the leadership of William Bradford.
  • 6.9d Explain the contributions of key individuals and groups to the foundation of the colonies, including Pilgrims, Puritans, Quakers, John Smith, Roger Williams, Anne Hutchinson, William Penn, Edward Winslow, William Bradford, John Winthrop, John Rolfe, and Pocahontas.
  • 6.9e Identify the locations of the colonies and lands inhabited by Native Americans, and explain how location, environment, and resources affected changes and development over time.
  • 6.9f Analyze the causes, interactions, and consequences related to triangular trade, including the forced migration of Africans through the transatlantic trade of enslaved people and experiences of the Middle Passage.
  • 6.9g Explain the experiences and perspectives of various people groups living in colonial North America, including large landowners, farmers, artisans, women, children, indentured servants, enslaved people, and Native Americans.
  • 6.9h Analyze cooperation, competition, and conflict among groups in North America from the late 1500s to the mid-1700s, including Dutch, English, French, Spanish, and Native Americans including the 1621 Autumn Harvest Celebration, French and Native American trade of fur, Bacon’s Rebellion, and King Philip’s (Metacom) War.

Framing Question

How were the first English Settlements in North America similar and different?

Supporting Questions

  1. What questions remain about the English colony of Roanoke?
  2. How did the English settlement of Jamestown begin, and what challenges did colonists face there?
  3. How did the English settlement of Plymouth Rock begin and what challenges did colonists face there?
  4. How did the settlement and growth of Jamestown and Plymouth Rock affect the relationships between colonial citizens and Native Americans?

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3 reviews for FC: Early Settlements

  1. Andrea Maley

    Recommend this for LA teachers!

  2. Angela

    This is a great supplement to the LDOE framework!

  3. Katherine McKenzie

    I have just started using Pel Ed for the first time and love the structure and resources!

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